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he have good swings previous to that after he let a lot go to the right. >> roger: this ball going right. >> gary: this is the fairway bunker. it appears to be sitting up. >> dan: but for the moment, it is advantage mike reid. [ door closes ] [ footsteps ] [ man sighs ] whew! a lot goes through your mind after an accident. but with liberty mutual, insurance issues won't. man: man! because we offer unlimited rental coverage, new car replacement, and accident forgiveness to help ease your mind. and that's ourol liberty mutual insurance. >> dan: mike and his caddie walking to the shot. yesterday i asked him what winning that major championship meant to him. >> i think it helped give me confidence that in that circumstance you can handle the pressure and execute the shot and hold the putt. and, you know, if you've done it once, you with do it again. but, you know, i'm a few back of brad. he is a streak player. and catching him will be one thing. but, you know, he can make -- he can run off a lot of birdies. and so for me to have the discipline to play my game and keep setting up opport
's joking. he's being humble. >> the eagles will host the jags, and per roger goodell's reinstatement terms for vick he will be able to play in each of the two final preseason games. the regular season starts at carolina. vick will have to wait for goodell's decision which could come no later than week six. >> take us to queens -- the mets hosting the phils at citi field. will self ayou know about the thrill of the chase, mr. utley his sixth of the year -- you're married. >> absolutely, i'm not dead. >> marlins and braves jostling for position in the n.l. wild card race. first inning, 2-0 braves, yunel escobar, two-run home run caps off a four-run first inning, tommy hanson wins his fourth straight start. braves win 4-3. taking a look at the n.l. wild card race, as it stands the rockies take a two-game advantage on the giants while the marlins and braves sit at four games back. the cubs are seven games back of the leaders. >> we're in the presence of holiness -- cardinals-padres. matt holliday has been on fire since coming over to st. louis. that is his sixth homer as a cardinal, 17th of th
let a lot go to the right. >> roger: this ball going right. >> gary: this is the fairway bunker. it appears to be sitting up. >> dan: but for the moment, it is advantage mike reid. [ door closes ] [ footsteps ] [ man sighs ] whew! a lot goes through your mind after an accident. but with liberty mutual, insurance issues won't. man: man! because we offer unlimited rental coverage, new car replacement, and accident forgiveness to help ease your mind. and that's our policy. liberty mutual insurance. >> dan: mike and his caddie walking to the shot. yesterday i asked him what winning that major championship meant to him. >> i think it helped give me confidence that in that circumstance you can handle the pressure and execute the shot and hold the putt. and, you know, if you've done it once, you with do it again. but, you know, i'm a few back of brad. he is a streak player. and catching him will be one thing. but, you know, he can make -- he can run off a lot of birdies. and so for me to have the discipline to play my game and keep setting up opportunities, i think that's a challenge f
politics fix." joining us now politico's roger simon and politicsdaily.com's melinda henneberger. back by popular demand, melinda, you were quite a hit the last time you were on. here is the question for you starting with roger, the old hand here. roger, this ridge book, when you actually look at it in the book, not reading it on some press release, and you figure the guy, the former secretary of homeland security, a member of the bush team right up through the election, the re-election 2004, actually put his hand to this and basically said it was politics was at work as they were deciding what code to put the country on alert at right the weekend before the election with that osama bin laden tape facing us in the face, it's pretty stunning. >> it is stunning in that it confirms what many of us believed at the time, that the one theme that bush had for his re-election was vote for me or die. that was his message -- >> yeah. >> john kerry is not a bad man. he's just a naive man. he can't deal with the terrorists, you know. a vote for him and you're going to wake up and you'll be killed.
will host the jags, and per roger goodell's reinstatement terms for vick he will be able to play in each of the two final preseason games. the regular season starts at carolina. vick will have to wait for goodell's decision which could come no later than week six. >> take us to queens -- the mets hosting the phils at citi field. will self ayou know about the thrill of the chase, mr. utley his sixth of the year -- you're married. >> absolutely, i'm not dead. >> marlins and braves jostling for position in the n.l. wild card race. first inning, 2-0 braves, yunel escobar, two-run home run caps off a four-run first inning, tommy hanson wins his fourth straight start. braves win 4-3. taking a look at the n.l. wild card race, as it stands the rockies take a two-game advantage on the giants while the marlins and braves sit at four games back. the cubs are seven games back of the leaders. >> we're in the presence of holiness -- cardinals-padres. matt holliday has been on fire since coming over to st. louis. that is his sixth homer as a cardinal, 17th of the year, hitting .406 with st. louis. card
.s. gunship finds two insurgents. watch. >> roger. two to three individuals. there's a hotspot on the road. the convoy just passed. it's approximately midnight right now. aircraft came on. two individuals now trying to avoid the aircraft and looks like these guys are trying to play some hiding games. >> roger. keep your eyes on them. >> roger. copy. we've got eyes on them. they're not going anywhere. there's plenty of open terrain. >> roger that. >> looks like they're laying down. >> all right. so, go to the hole right there. >> the hole right here. we came on station, i saw one individual, looked like he was digging in the hole. as soon as they heard the helicopters, they -- one guy kind of bent down, running over to this area here where it looked like another individual was in an overwatch position. >> roger. >> yeah. these guys are kind of like crouched down now, hiding in what looks like a little bit of -- a little hole. >> all right. one individual just stood up. >> all right. he's sneaking out to the road. looks like he's tiptoeing out to the road, sneaking. now he's down in the hole
point, number two for djokovic and he takes care of it. he will face roger federer in the final. djokovic ends his own five-match losing streak against nadal. thursday at noon, espnews airs the u.s. open draw show. >> a former hockey coach has pulled off the unlikeliest of hat tricks. ernie "punch" mclean cheated death for the third time. mclean was found alive and well in a remote region of british columbia. he was missing for four days in mountainous terrain with no food. in 1972, mclean survived a plane crash. he also survived being run over by a bulldozer. >> i don't know how you top that. >> no. >> matthew stafford, number one pick in the draft but not exactly making a strong push to be the team's number one quarterback. and in the american league wild card chase, carlos pena providing some tropicana thunder for the rays. ship in a bottle. had these dreams ♪ ♪ to be a captain of the great high... ♪ hum, well there's 40 shots in this bottle. (announcer) calling all captains. drink responsibly. this is the year you calling all captains. take the road less traveled. the
. joining us for the rest of the program, roger nightingale, strategist. central bankers are confident but being cautious at the same time. stock markets continuing to rally. is there going to be enough in the economy to cause stocks to continue this rally? >> i wouldn't put the question that way around. i'd say is the economy weak enough to cause the rally to continue? i would say, yes. >> we need a weak economy? >> absolutely. it's with the weak economy that you get easy money and low interest rates. it's in this situation, a relatively weak economy that you get satisfactorily strong profits. i've been forecasting now, as you probably know, a dull economy. in fact, disappointing economy for two years or more. i was going for 5,000 at the end of this year. it looks as if we're going to reach that earlier. >> here's the thing, roger. a lot of people say weak economy translates into weak earnings. weak consumer spending. you obviously disagree with the theory. >> yes. in itself it isn't great for earnings. in fact, there are much more important factors. the really important factor is ho
from you. we'll take your calls, 1-877-tell-hln. joining us to talk about it, steve rogers, detective lieutenant for the nutley new jersey police department. also former member of the fbi joint terrorism task force. also joining us, attorney ann bremner, mike eiglarsh, and back with us again in orlando, reporter marva. marva's been on this since day one. marva, give us the lay of the land. what evidence was released today? >> well, there were pictures of the scene where caylee's body was found. there was a 3-d movie there. there was also a detailed list of everything that was found in krasy's car. lots and lots of trash. in a bag in her trunk. as you mentioned already, there was that bombshell, as you say, about the blood, the fact that there was no blood found in her trunk, but there was a hair found there that indicated it had come from a decomposed body. there was also the air test showed decomposition. and there was a heavy concentration of vaporized chloroform found there as well. >> a lot for us to talk about. marva, thanks for setting the table for us. i wanted to bring in stev
the moment is right, you can be ready. >>> we are back. time for "the politics fix" with politico's roger simon and "the new yorker's" ryan lizza. here is secretary hillary clinton yesterday. she made a comment about the 2000 election here in the united states in africa. let's listen to what she said. >> our democracy is still evolving. we had all kinds of problems in some of our past elections, as you might remember. in 2000 our presidential election came down to one state where the brother of the man running for president was the governor of the state. so we have our problems, too. >> now, there were some people here in this country who didn't like the sound of that, including our own king of the morning, joe scarborough. let's listen to what he had to say. >> hillary clinton, the secretary of state of the united states of america, is overseas and she suggested that the governor of florida, jeb bush, rigged the election for george w. bush. i was there. that is an unfair, slanderous assessment. >> roger simon, referee this one. unfair slanderous assessment? >> this is kingsley law. you g
the fish. andy roddick, rolling at rock creek park. plus skins quarterback, carlos rogers says he strongly dislikes >>> director john hughes died suddenly today of a heart attack. walking in new york city when he collapsed. his many credits include directing breakfast club, 16 candles. he wrote home one. he has a wife and two children. just 59 years old. a memorial service held tonight for the three women killed in a suburban pittsburgh fitness center. community members came together to remember betsy gannon, a radiologist, 37-year-old, jody billingsley, a physical therapist, and heidi overmier, a single mother. two youtube videos and ought biographical website called crazy george, shed light on the gunman's lonely life. and his yearning to find love. >>> laurie drew has been told she can use the internet. the missouri woman accused of using myspace to harass a 13-year-old girl who committed suicide. convicted of related charges last fall. her conviction was thrown out last month. today a federal judge modified her bail so she could use computer and internet to find a new job. fire fighter
and rogers both missed practice. haynesworth has a left knee swelng issue. rogers has a calf issue that didn't stop him from working out on the exercise bike. carlos, what happened to your calf? >> i don't know it just tightened up. came out the next day and i was running around and spriing and hit that bag and it tightened up more so -- make sure sit down and rest. >> forever linked the sec round picks from a year ago the wide receivers kelly and thomas. both under achieved last year. thomas scored only one touchdown but now the favorite to start as the number two receiver. kelly struggled with injuries. reduced to five games and three catches but both guys are rooting for each other. >> all the time, man. especially in the last year, devon didn't really have the year he wanted and i was hurt and so now we are healthy and in the mix and we help each other alot. we know we have the ability. >> we have a year under our belt and it is time to shine. s the that's the good thing about football you always have another season. looking to do more this year. >> all right. so thomas and kelly will pl
>> the orioles move to the roger center in toronto the open a three-game stand. on the occasions, the long ball, 11 of them, has been the orioles' secret weapon. tonight they will take on toronto's secret weapon. a young pitcher by the name of ricky romero. she looking to become maybe the winningest rookie this season. jason berken has faced him before. the two youngsters go against one another who gets the pie? we're about to find out! it is the beautiful city of toronto, ontario, canada as the orioles come to open a three- game stand against the blue jays, a team they have a winning record against on the season. >> lots of noise here tonight. the 1992, 1993 championship teams of toronto are being recognized. they have a tremendous turn- out. they're being introduced behind us. about winning, bringing the fans back, about reminding toronto about how they got to be a winning franchise. it the same kind of thing the orioles are trying to do. how do you win? how do you get back to that post-season. well, we thought we'd take a look at how some of the teams are on their way to the p
the spectrum of human behavior at these events. roger, take some of this video. here is one end of the spectrum. a town hall meeting with sceptor brown of ohio. no raised voices. people stayed in their seats. civil conversation. there is this one from two days ago. you think people were shocked to see this. you bet they were. outraged. that's texas representative sheila jackson lee unbelievably with all that's been going on at theseton hall meetings, taking a call on her cell phone while one of her constituents is trying to ask her a question. she told the woman in the audience, go ahead, i can hear you, while she is talking and listening on the phone. we are going to play that whole incident for you, the entire thing in just a minute so you can see it for yourself and judge it for yourself. that's important. >>> watch this. the bottom of the screen. this is in missouri. we were critical of this woman when this happened. it happened while we were on the air. it happened right during this hour. we heard senator claire mccaskill at the time immediately tell us that the woman was wrong to have bro
. >> this is so generically awful about politics. who was it -- it was roger ails who i think is great in many regards, roger came up with the idea of dan quayle. these advisers come up with these hail marys, and the guy buys it from somebody like that. ales gave us quayle. crystal is really smart and he gave us that guy. >> i would not say crystal gave us sarah palin. >> who did it? >> i think it's three or four people. it's rick davis, who was the campaign manager. steve schmidt, who was the senior adviser at that point and helping to run the day-to-day operations. >> they thought she was the genuine article. she was going to turn this thing around. >> no, they thought this was a political risk but one that they were prepared to take. >> but they knew it was quicksilver, didn't they? they knew it was only last for a while. did they think she was secretly deep? >> no, that's the problem. one of the things be say in the book is she was legally vetted, legally vetted but not politically. >> it's a hell of a book. you're only getting a taste of it. "the battle for america 2008," buy it, keep it
. 1-877-tell-hln. steve rogers, a lieutenant in the new jersey police department, also with us, criminal defense attorney michelle suskawer. and dr. tarra fields. tarra, a lot of this is going to go to you. let's start with jaycee and her daughters, we saw the pictures. living in filth. we know she had access to a computer. people were trying to understand why at some point doesn't she run, ask for help, something? >> well, the reason is she may have felt there was a greater threat if she did do that. she may have decided and had been told in many different ways as a young child because remember she was a child when she was abducted that the safest thing for her is not to do anything. this man was probably a paranoid schizophrenic, but probably brilliant as sex offenders and cult leaders are. may have convinced her her family encouraged him to take her. maybe she is going to die or something is going to happen to her. intermittent reinforcement, love and it isn't around and then reinforced again. you never know when you are going to get the attention and love, it creates a bond
in the horn of africa, something the administration is deeply concerned about. we will be talking to roger kress circumstance nbc's terror expert, when we come back from nairob nairobi. has the fastest serve in the history of professional tennis. so i've come to this court to challenge his speed. ...on the internet. i'll be using the 3g at&t laptopconnect card. he won. so i can book travel plans faster, check my account balances faster. all on the go. i'm bill kurtis and i'm faster than andy roddick. (announcer) "switch to the nations fastest 3g network" "and get the at&t laptopconnect card for free". (announcer) regular kool-aid. goes almost three times further than soda. kool aid. delivering more smiles per gallon. have discovered how easy it is to use legalzoom for important legal documents. so start your business, protect your family, launch your dreams. are you all right? a ferocious white whale wrecked my boat. well, i'm sure we can help you, captain... ahab. well, it looks like you haven't had a claim in over four years, so you don't have to pay a deductible. that means you saved $5
a rock and a hard spot on the public option and it's time for him to step up. politico's roger simon wrote a heck of an article on this. he joins me next on "the ed show." spectacular. women who drink crystal light drink 20% more water. crystal light. make a delicious change. 90s r hip-hop.al light. ♪ that can strain your relationships and hurt yourody 'cause we'pride ♪ng a ride ♪ ♪ it's the credit roller coaster ♪ ♪ and as you can see it kinda bites! ♪ ♪ so sing the lyrics with me: ♪ when your debt goes up your score goes down ♪ ♪ when you pay a little off it goes the other way 'round ♪ ♪ it's just the same for everybody, every boy and girl ♪ ♪ the credit roller coaster makes you wanna hurl ♪ ♪ so throw your hands in the air, and wave 'em around ♪ ♪ like a wanna-be frat boy trying to get down ♪ ♪ then bring 'em right back to where your laptop's at... ♪ ♪ log on to free credit report dot com - stat! ♪ vo: free credit score and report with enrollment in triple advantage. >>> our next guest on "the ed show" has a message for the president
in the health-care coverage now with trudy lieberman of the columbia review. roger serg, el managing editor of coverage at abc news and tom rosenstiel director of the project for excellence in journalism, a research group that analyzes news coverage from numerous outlets every day. as a general proposition what stands out to you about the coverage. >> well, there are three things. one, the debate has really flown over the heads of most ode people. i think most people don't quite understand what it is all about. and what's more important, they don't understand how it effects them. the other thing i would say is that we've had way, way too much coverage of the process of reform, the process, the politics. and not really very much coverage of the substance. what does this reform really, really mean to me. >> and was there a third? >> well, that was two of them, i guess i combined the first two. >> okay. a will come back to you. >> roger sergel, how do you bam this mix of process and politics and substance when you are trying to make decisions on what should be covered. >> well, at abc news we
, russell weston, attorney, also with us, steve rogers, detective lieutenant, nutley new jersey police department. also, former member of the joint terrorism task force. anita kay is with us, criminal defense attorney, former prosecutor. and also joining us, ted rowlands, he's been covering this since day one on our sister network, cnn. ted, right to you on this one. we've got big news on the coroner report, complete. so what does that mean? take us from there. >> yeah, we've been hearing this, that the coroner was basically finished about two weeks ago and they've been waiting, delaying this sort of unveiling of the report and finally today the coroner came out with a statement saying, we're all done, but we've been told to hold it indefinitely by the lapd. so the coroner's office is saying now for the first time, we're completely done with the investigation into jackson's death, the toxicology, et cetera, but we cannot release it because we have been told to extend the security hold, which was placed on this. bottom line, police want more time to investigate before moving forward, an
. >> having twin girls, it's a life change, that's for sure. >> an exclusive conversation with roger federer early this friday morning, august 28, 2009. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome back to "the early show" on cbs. harry and julie are off. hello to the crowds standing in the rain. thank you so much. hello across the pondful not in london, but across this pond. >> let's brave the elements. the good people are out here braving the elements who are out here with you. who needs the umbrellas. it's friday. >> yeah. because we've enjoyed having you so much this week, we brought you a lot of ice cream. >> oh, mag. thank you. >> all kinds of ice cream. >> good ice cream? >> bacon and bourbon ice cream. they discovered how to create no-melt ice cream at coldstone creamery. >> also coming up ahead internet and game addiction. it's a lot more widespread than you might imagine and tougher to beat than you know. if your child is an internet user, you don't want to miss this report this morning. >> when's the rang going to stop? >> it's not going to stop any time soon. scattered showers building i
will be able to walk for a baby. >> if you are wondering how roger federer is getting on with his baby twins, back in action and into the quarter down all -- quarter finals of the masters event in cincinnati, the last before the u.s. open begins in 10 days. roger federer into the quarterfinals in cincinnati. he was just too good for -- despite being 3-1 down in the final set and dropping the opening set. he can throw and he will play the australian lead to hewitt in the quarter finals as it tries to defend the u.s. open title in due course. >> usain bolt wasn't in form? thank you very much. you can get all the sports and more on the top stories, libya and the lockerbie bombing, on bbc.com. >> union bank has put its financial strength to work for a wide range of companies from small businesses to major corporations. what can we do for you? >> i'm julia stiles. >> i'm kevin bacon. >> hi, i'm ken burns. >> i'm lili taylor. >> i'm henry louis gates jr., and public broadcasting is my source for news about the world. >> for intelligent conversation. >> for election coverage you can count on. >> fo
's welcome back steve rogers, former member fbi joint terrorism task force. also, detective lieutenant with the nutley, new jersey police department. and joining us by phone, chief jerry dyer with the fresno police department. first off, chief, did you expect that kind of turnout? you've got people lining up, what, like three hours early, you ran out of gift cards. you expect that? >> yeah, we really didn't know what to expect, quite honestly. we hadn't done this before. i know other agencies had across the nation, but we were overwhelmed in terms of what the interest was for people to turn in firearms, and we were also surprised at the types of firearms being turned in. we had some -- two machine guns that were turned in, five sawed-off shotguns, some sks assault rifles, and really a significant amount of handguns. but it's those assault rifles, machine guns, those types of weapons that are generally used by gang members, and those are the ones we wanted to get off the street. >> and that's good. i want to quote the mayor, and get your take on it, chief. this is mayor ashley swearinge
a stomach flu. more trouble having the lingering issue rogers is having with his calf. he is concerned that rogers condition get ready for game speed. jim zorn says he does not enjoy when he has to cut people from the squad. daniels is hoping to make the roster. he is considered a long shot. brennan still has the upper hand. >>> by saturday, 22 players will have to be cut from the final 53. part of the job greg says he does not enjoy. >> so some guys it is their last chance. they are going to go on to selling insurance or working at wal-mart or whatever the heck it is. go back and get a degree to teach school or whatever but it is the end of the road for them but other guys it is the end of a dream, a life's dream is gone. it is not just business. like you say it is business but you know what it is very, very difficult to take somebody's dream away. >> reporter: two kickers still have a dream. this is one of the biggest competitions. cleveland battling rainer. rainer converted a 25-yard field goal on friday night against the patriots. he missed on friday from 52- yards out and today he
tomorrow. he is an eagle. he was released from home confinement july 20. the n.f.l. commissioner roger goodell conditionally released his suspension. goodell said he would consider vick for full reinstatement by week six at the latest. here's what one fan in baltimore had to say. >> well, i'm just waiting for donovan mcnabb's to assault some more on her blog. it doesn't affect me too much. being the size of the city in philadelphia, they don't have too many dogs running around. they have a leash law. >> reporter: so the soonest he could play would be week one. the latest he could play would be week seven which oh by the way the philadelphia eagles come to fed ex field to play the redskins on monday night. the quarterback situation, kevin cobb is the backup but he has a sprain knee so maybe that's why they wanted him. aj is the third string. donovan mcnabb is your starter. the game that took place right here, skins and -- skins and raishens, not too -- raven, not too many bright spots for the skins. they fall 23-0 is the final score. coming up later in sports, we will hear from jason ca
why that race is too close to call. and roger encore. we'll show you what he d di coming up. the new mcdonald's bacon and cheese angus third pounder. before taking it on, one must study it first. rushing in unprepared may prove overwhelming... with all that juicy, 100% angus beef. there! you found a point of entry! the bacon beckons like a springboard to paradise. one small bite for man... etcetera, etcetera. angus axiom number 11: bring on the bacon. the astonishing new angus third pounders. all angus. all mcdonald's. ♪ ba da ba ba ba >>> well, for all the injuries we were talking about in the first two weeks of training camp, the redskins approached this final preseason game. remarkably, healthy. in fact, the season opened up tomorrow. all 22 starters would be ready to go. the starting cornerback for the skins, they have played just one quarter this preseason. and they won't play again this thursday. as he continues to struggle with a calf injury. and based on the way that tom brady tore up the secondary on friday night, they could use him back now. >> that is very concerned. bec
the case with another players, roger. >> absolutely. so i would agree with that assessment totally. i'm not so sure that this pairing, if it happens again tomorrow, wouldn't be beneficial to both the players. not just jackson. >> actually, the final two pairings would be the same. fred funk and greg norman, jackson and sindelar, if he makes this. for a 4, to stay at minus 10. >> he's got it. >> and it's a round he will remember. the score is 73. but he held up extremely well. joey sindel taps in for his par aso and a round of70. erantho recthd-scoring day today. r 25 rounds under par today. in this third round. there's a look at the leaderboard, fred funk has a one-stroke lead over norman and sindelar. a lot of big names, though, still down there ewith a chance to win. and following today's tournament coverage go to nbcsports.com for the u.s. senior open wrap-up presented by lexus. tomorrow, the 30th championship continues at 3:00 eastern. coming up next, except on the west coast, it's your local news. starting at 8:00, 7:00 central, it's "law & order criminal intent." it's all tonigh
, but millions of americans have questions about how it would improve their medical care. roger bentley is a self-employed husband and father who lives here in manhattan. i know you follow these details regularly. you're glued to these town halls to get details. give you the set-up of your situation with health care. >> two years ago, i was let go with gray advertising in san francisco. went about starting my own agency here in new york city. right at the point where the market started to turn, i realized that cobra was good for me at the time. we were able to afford that on a monthly basis, my wife and i and my 6-year-old son, owen. hi, owen. then, when the market really start today tank, my clients also started to tank and people pulled back and i haven't been able to make any money for quite some time now, so we ended up losing cobra. >> people are telling me that it's absolutely unaffordable. part of the reason is because you don't have an employer picking up the tab. did you go online to research other options? because i've said before we already have an exchange of health insurance and it's
happening in washington. joining us, chief political columnist for politico.com, roger saimon and james peferrat and kelly goth. good to have you here. did the president -- let me say first, our white house correspondent ed henry reported that the president traveled all the way out to montana and didn't say anything new. is this an effective way for him to campaign for his health care plan? >> who doesn't love montana this time of year? >> look, didn't mean to suggest that he wasn't enjoying the trip. >> well, no. in all seriousness, especially when you look at the polls, his message isn't effectively connecting with a wide swath of americans and some of them live in montana. you have to take it beyond the beltway and people that agree with you. >> i dunt see the montana meeting, but i saw parts of the new hampshire one. he said two things that were disruptive. one, when he compared what he wanted to do with the health care system to the postal system. postalization, is that really what he wants? >> do you think we'll hear the president make that comparison again? >> i hope so. >> maybe
, congresswoman, jan schakowsky. >> thank you. >>> for a strategy, let's bring in roger hickey, codirector of the campaign for america's future. roger, you sent out an e-mail today advising people how to go about counters the protests. what are you advising? >> we have a network of activists around the country dedicated to health care reform and they've been working at it for the last two years. we have been knocking on doors, we've been moving people to meetings with their members of congress for two years. the thing about the high will have publicized people who are disrupting meetings is they are representing special interests who don't want anything done and the vast majority of americans want to see health care reform and they want to see it done by this congress. so the difference is one set of people are trying to disrupt and stop health care reform, the others really want some change and we're doubling up our efforts in every community in the country while the congresspeople are back home. >> what do you do when the chaos breaks out? when you have 250 people there to listen and 15
, politico's roger simon. gentlemen, we watched over our lives the passing of the torch from joseph kennedy jr. was killed in world war ii. he was supposed to be the president in that family to john f. kennedy. the bookish member of that family turned out to be quite a politician. when he was lost, robert kennedy and when he was lost ted kennedy took over for some 40 years now. the torch has been passed now to barack obama. how well will we be able to handle, barack obama, this enormous responsibility of being the new brother? >> well, that's quite a responsibility to be the keeper of the torch of camelot. that's quite a thing. that the torch exists, this legacy being passed down from holder to holder. clearly now obama is the repository of the hopes and dreams of the people -- of the acolites of camelot, who believe in that vision of america. but he's not of the family. there's not the sense that there was with the kennedys. none of them had to do this. there was a -- there was a sense that these were people of great privilege who were giving something to the country. their time, their eff
. >>> coming up in sports, roger federer serves it up in the first round of the u.s. open. also a college football coa gets emotional defending his coaches and here at the redskins. the redskins' two kick verse one final preseason game to battle it out for the top job. >>> police in california tonight are looking for evidence that the man accused of kidnapping an 11-year-old girl and holding her sionfospe blronfoe ol mu murddo was arrestedilpliaras wr lastek .we he aedusna kgppidinnaidpping ja eaeed ugar jaycee dugard 18 years po pow klice want to know w if he linked to any other crimes? kristen dahlgren has our story. >> reporter: for another day investigators dug for clues in theext n t next to where philli garrido is accused of imprisoning jaycee dugard for the past 18 years. >> phillip garrido had access to that property. he used that property. >> reporter: but what did he use it for? officers are looking for evidence of any other crimes including ties to some of the area's unsolved murders. >> we're just trying to see if there any's link, any possible link between poposen ca bndses
. we're going to be joined by roger wilkins, a well-known professor, author, as well as journalist, and we'll talk about that special something that senator ted kennedy had that so many have spoken about, how he had been so in touch, so conscientious of the struggle of the common man. you all want to run your businesses more efficiently, so we've brought in a team of experts to help. one suggestion is to make your shipping more efficient with priority mail flat rate boxes from the postal service. call or go online for a free supply and up to $160 in offers from authorized postage vendors. shipping's a hassle! weighing every box... actually, with flat rate boxes you don't need to weigh anything under 70 pounds. if it fits, it ships for a low flat rate. ok, but i ship all over the country. you can ship anywhere in the country for a low flat rate. ship international, too. yes, but i ship hundreds of things, in all sizes. great, because flat rate boxes come in four sizes. call now and we'll send a free supply, plus up to $160 in offers. when you're ready to ship, we'll even pick them u
happened next. >> there's a guy on the road. there's a guy on the road. >> roger. there's a guy in the road. >> you have them in your sight. >> roger. >> okay. >> fire. >> you're going to fire. >> and then the explosion. the pentagon said this happened in southern afghanistan. the video, by the way, comes from a camera mounted on the helicopter, on the skid of the helicopter. a top u.s. commander says taliban militants are an aggressive enemy winning the war in afghanistan. in an interview with the "wall street journal" mccrystal warns u.s. casualties running at record levels will remain high for months to come. general mccrystal said they're going to threaten relatively stable areas in the north and west. a record 68,000 troops are fethed to be in afghanistan by the end of the year. >>> a might marnightmare, that'y describe a flight that was supposed to be 2 1/2 hour flight from houston the the twin cities in minnesota. they were trap owed an small plane for nine hours overnight with clogged bathrooms, crying kids, and little or no food. bad weather caused the plane to land in rochester, m
strategy, james bevan, cclc investigate management and roger gobley, lgt capital management. gentlemen, thank you very much for being with us this friday. roger, asian markets are holding up pretty well despite the fall we're seeing in the chinese markets. do you think global markets are pretty much immune to what's happening over in shanghai? >> not, not at all. actually, everybody was aware, more or less, that the chinese domestic market was facing macro overheating situation and if you see that the money supply was growing seven times faster than normal gdp, this is an unhealthy situation. so the market was pretty much aware that once the government might point out some measurements or might talk about some tightenings to monetary policy, this will have a negative impact so far. on the other side, of course, it will have a negative impact for the market and market has corrected 20%. still, the market is an outperformer. therefore, i don't think that the global investors will reach that dollar, but certainly we will see the market is going to pull down. and while the global recovery
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